News and Highlights
On Thursday, September 1, 2022, NLM will host a day long virtual scientific symposium, "Science, Society, and the Legacy of Donald A.B. Lindberg, M.D."
Research at NLM
The Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications (LHNCBC) develops advanced health information resources and software tools.
Research in the NCBI Computational Biology Branch focuses on a broad range of topics in molecular biomedicine.
Historical Collections at NLM
A new essay by David Cantor "Challenge: Science Against Cancer or How to Make a Movie in the Mid-Twentieth Century" is now available on Medicine on...
Biomedical and Clinical Informatics at NLM
Efficient health care information exchange in the US and worldwide is made possible by NLM’s work with IT Data Standards.
This set of tooling services brings together many health and biomedical vocabularies and standards to enable interoperability between computer systems.
This training program provides biomedical and clinical informatics training and research opportunities for individuals at various stages in their career.
The Library started as a shelf of books in the Surgeon General’s office in 1836 but has grown to a collection of millions of print and electronic resources.
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The diverse centers, divisions, advisory bodies and other organizational units that make up NLM contribute in myriad ways to the Library’s mission.
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This ten year plan outlines NLM's role in a future where data and information transform and accelerate biomedical discovery and improve health and health care.
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